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Open for New Opportunities with Ashish Alfred

Restaurants are back baby. Aside from reopening, many restaurateurs are taking the opportunity to expand and grow their businesses. Commercial rents are still down in many markets and tha...

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The Show Must Go On: The Happy Hour Guys’ Curtain Up Initiative

This week on Beer Sessions Radio, Jimmy is taking center stage to highlight the "Curtain Up" initiative with the Happy Hour guys and a couple of special brewmasters.

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Ben Chekroun, Bluepoint Hospitality Group

On today's episode of All in the Industry®, Shari Bayer's guest is Ben Chekroun, General Manager at Bluepoint Hospitality Group in Maryland; and formerly, longstanding maître

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Is It Now Or Never For Local Farms?

Thanks for joining us tonight for a very important topic –our local farms.  Today we learned that a local institution, Trickling Springs Creamery is closing.  Two of our farmers from prio...

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Historic Foodways in Montgomery County, Maryland

In the 1980s, Montgomery County, Maryland set aside one-third of the county—93,000 acres—for agricultural uses. It was a remarkable act of stewardship, especially in the Washington, DC me...

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Foraging

This episode will be on foraging in the mid-Atlantic area and features two longtime foragers, Jeff Long and Tom Mueller.

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Natural Sweeteners

Our discussion tonight will be on natural sweeteners. We are delighted to welcome Joseph and Margaret-Ann Burkholder, who are the owner/farmers of Compass Winds Sorghum, based in Dayton, ...

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Michael Twitty

Michael is a noted culinary and cultural historian and the creator of AFROCULINARIA, the first blog devoted to African American historic foodways and their legacies.

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Women Who Farm

In this episode of ORIGINS, we’ll take a closer look at women who have chosen farming as a career and as a way of life.  According to the Maryland state census in 2012, there were 2,296 w...